Yearbook

Bringing the Bomber community together one photo at a time.

Richland High School Yearbook strives to create a documentation of what happens during the school year. The yearbook staff works together and creates a book, one the students and staff can be proud of and can reference for years to come.

Being in Yearbook is a commitment, but is rewarding work for any student who joins the Yearbook family.  The editors and advisor teaches students how to produce a "history" book of events from that year, meet deadlines, and work as a group to complete a common goal. If you have any questions feel free to contact our staff regarding the yearbook, joining our staff, or any questions about purchasing a senior or business advertisement.  Our information can be found in the contact tabs above.

General Information

SENIOR PICTURES!

SENIOR PICTURES!

2016-2017 Seniors and Senior Parents/Guardians:

Senior pictures are due Monday, October 31, 2016 by 3:00PM. Only vertical, high resolution, jpg images will be accepted. No props allowed. File format for photo: jpeg image, at least 2" x 3" (bigger is better), head should be approximately 1/3 of photo, 300 DPI quality (bigger is fine, and better), finally the file name needs to be: Last name, First name.jpg (Smith, John.jpg). 

Send your images to Mrs.Markussen at toree.markussen@rsd.edu. Please email Mrs. Markussen with any questions you have. 

 

 

Please, do not use props.

To ensure that you have a good quality photo for the yearbook, please refrain from using props (i.e, band instruments, cars, sporting equipment etc.). . If you have any questions about our no-prop rule contact us with our contact tab above.

No horizontal photos.

For the yearbook, all of our Senior photo boxes are Vertical, so please take a high resolution, vertical picture from the waist up so the family and friends of the Senior have a quality photo of their seniors face. If you do use a horizontal photo, we will contact you to ask for another one, however if you can not find a second photo we will crop the photo to the best of our abilities to make it vertical.

High Resolution, JPG images.

Pleasebe sure your picture is high resolution, which means refraining from using your cell phone. The Senior photos submitted must be high resolution and in JPG form. You can either email your photo to our advisor, Toree Markussen, at toree.markussen@rsd.edu or you can bring in a memory card (SD Card) with your senior photo and we can save it directly to our Advisors computer. We will not take any Senior photos after November 2, 2015 at 3:00pm

PURCHASE AN AD

If you want to, or are thinking about purchasing an ad for your senior or business then feel free to contact us with any questions. To create an ad, you can go onto the website sponsered by Herff Jones, www.yearbookordercenter.com, you will need to put in the code 12064 and you can create your very own advertisment for your business or a special message for your graduating child. You can also contact our advisor at toree.markussen@rsd.edu for more information about the wonderful opportunity you have to celebrate your graduating senior, and support your local community as a business. The deadline for ad submission is Monday, January 9th, 2017. 

DO YOU WANT TO BUY AN AD FOR YOUR SENIOR OR BUSINESS?

Your support of our RHS community is vital for success of all programs at Richland High. With that being said, you can purchase an advertisement to support the Richland High School yearbook in order to fund camps, conventions, and buy new equipment for our class. Also, to publize your business to over 2,000 students, their families and the RHS staff.

A great way to recognize and celebrate your graduating senior is by purchasing a senior advertisement to be printed in the yearbook. You will have the oppprtunity to write a personal message and include photos of your choice to show the achievements of your child.

 

1/8 of a page

$50.00

1/4 of a page

$100.00

1/2 of a page

$200.00

Full page

$400.00

JOIN OUR CLASS

DO YOU WANT TO BE IN YEARBOOK?

If you are planning on attending or already attending Richland High School, then you are able to join the Richland High School Yearbook staff, you can contact your school counselor or swing by room 1240 to talk to the Yearbook Advisor, Toree Markussen. You can also contact us through our contact page, by sending us an email. Go Bombers!

Being in Yearbook produced many opportunities for you as a student to grow. Our Junior Editor can attest to that, Noah Pope, a current junior at Richland High School. Yearbook has learned many public speaking skills, interviewing skills, and teamwork abilities. If you join Yearbook, then you will gain all of these valuable skills. Hopefully you will choose to join the Yearbook staff and learn all of these skills to become a great journalist and a hard worker.

Being in Yearbook produced many opportunities for you as a student to grow. Our Junior Editor can attest to that, Noah Pope, a current junior at Richland High School. Yearbook has learned many public speaking skills, interviewing skills, and teamwork abilities. If you join Yearbook, then you will gain all of these valuable skills. Hopefully you will choose to join the Yearbook staff and learn all of these skills to become a great journalist and a hard worker.

Every year the Yearbook staff gets together during the evening to call the senior parents to tell them about Senior Ads (which information can be found in the purchase an ad tab). At the Senior Ad night we also have a little fun with pizza, chips, soda and cookies to bond with the amazing staff. Sophomore, Alex Boecker pours herself some soda while Junior, Haley Shannon grabs a slice of pizza so they can relax before getting down to business.

Through Yearbook, the staff learns valuable lessons on how to handle expensive equipment, time management, and working with others. Junior, Kara Thomason has been with the Richland High School Yearbook since 2013. After learning many skills through Yearbook she is ready to face any job or task that a future employer or teacher hands her. "Yearbook has prepared me for the real world by giving me an opportunity to overcome my shyness so that I can become a better employer and take on any task without giving a second thought to it," says Thomason.

HAVE YOU EVER SEEN YOURSELF IN A YEARBOOK?

HAVE YOU EVER SEEN YOURSELF IN A YEARBOOK?

Well now you can! You can email us with our contact tab above and we will put you in this year's edition of the Richland High School Yearbook.
You may send us your photos at richlandhighyearbook@gmail.com 
 
Please let us know what is happening in the photo and who is in it, and you may just find yourself in the Richland High School Yearbook.

BUY A YEARBOOK TODAY

If you are thinking about purchasing a Richland High School Yearbook then feel free to stop by Richland High School at 930 Long Avenue. Yearbooks are sold at the price of $60 (with an increase at the end of the year). The 2016-2017 edition of the yearbook will be distributed in May at the Distribution/ Signing Party.

The staff will be hosting a Distribution/Signing Party with music, free food, giveaways, and a photo booth for the student body to attend, so they can pick up their yearbook and hang out with their friends before the year ends. Anyone is welcome to come and the yearbook staff hopes that the Richland High School student body will enjoy this year's book as much as we did making it. Go Bombers!